China rules everything around me.
I'm back offically it's been about three weeks or so, maybe, I'm not sure. I'm falling back into a rhythm.
It's my second week back at work. I'm surprised at how easy it's been. I'm at the same school with the same kids and teachers. I have a lesson plan writing system down. I'm feeling pretty condfident.
Chengdu and I would assume most of the expat community in China, is a strange blend of maturity and outrageousness. Most of us are adult enough to have our own careers, projects and creative outlets while maintaining a totally carefree attitude. It's almost like nothing really matters here so you might as well try to make it great. I think that's the type of personality it takes to live in e place like this, equal parts nihilist and hustler. I love it. I feel free here. I don't have to fight for a job, I have free time to pursue things I love, like reading writing and rugby while creating amazing memories and having one of a kind experiences.